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If Bernie Sanders gets his way, Tuesday's Illinois primary will turn into a referendum on embattled Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
The Vermont senator’s campaign has begun unleashing stinging attacks on the former Bill Clinton and Barack Obama White House aide — who has become a lightning rod for criticism from African-Americans and progressives in his two terms in City Hall — with the aim of painting him as a close political ally of Hillary Clinton.
Top campaign surrogates have been dispatched to Chicago, and Sanders is running two separate television ads critical of Emanuel in an attempt to highlight Clinton’s connections with the mayor.